Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Art Journal - Page 163

Hi everyone!

I'm still playing around with the oxide inks, trying to lay a background down and work with other mediums over the top of them. Using a workable fixative helps.

You can watch the full process video on YouTube by clicking HERE.

Products used:

Liquitex Professional Gesso
Tim Holtz 'faded jeans' distress oxide ink
Tim Holtz 'fossilized amber' distress oxide ink
Tim Holtz 'cracked pistachio' distress oxide ink
Tim Holtz 'trellis' layering stencil
The Crafters Workshop 'mini arti is' stencil
Lindy's Stamp Gang 'ocean breeze blue' Magical powder
Lindy's Stamp Gang 'plumeria pink' Magical powder
Micador Workable Matte Fixative
Ranger 'manganese blue' archival ink
Simon Says Stamp 'lots of dots' stamp set
Portfolio 'blue' water soluble wax pastel
Portfolio 'white' water soluble wax pastel
Portfolio 'true blue' water soluble wax pastel
Prima 'frosting' Color Philosophy dye ink
Ranger 'saffron' archival ink
Ranger 'deep purple' archival ink
Lavinia Stamps 'fairy lodgings' stamp set
Inktense 'iris blue' pencil
Inktense 'sea blue' pencil
Inktense 'fern' pencil
Tim Holtz 'salty ocean' distress marker
Tim Holtz 'weathered wood' distress marker
Tim Holtz 'peeled paint' distress marker
Sakura blue glaze pen
White medium point Sharpie paint pen
Inkssentials Glossy Accents
The Crafters Workshop 'mini tie dyed' stencil
The Crafters Workshop 'raindrops' stencil
Dylusions 'bubbles-small' stencil
Black uni-ball Signo pen

Thanks so much for stopping by!


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